Two topics will dominate the Redskins offseason: A new contract for Kirk Cousins, and the landing spot of Robert Griffin III. Speculation is rampant about where RG3 will land, so much that Vegas set odds on his destination.
The leading candidate for Griffin appears to be the Houston Texans, which makes sense as RG3 is from Texas and the Texans will certainly bring in candidates to compete with Brian Hoyer, especially after a disastrous playoff performance. But after Houston? Vegas likes the chances of Robert Griffin III landing in Dallas, where Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has openly talked about his admiration for RG3 and starting QB Tony Romo's injury troubles seem to be mounting.
Asked if he wants to see Griffin play in the NFC East, Redskins tackle Trent Williams was honest.
"No, I don't," Williams said. "I would hate to see him on another sideline twice a year."
Williams, talking with Chick Hernandez as part of a promotional tour with Gilette (full video above), explained that RG3 cleaning out his locker for likely the final time as a Redskins player was strange.
"It's a crazy game we play," Williams said. "It's a crazy business."
For his part, Williams expects RG3 to rebound well with another team after serving as the third-string quarterback in Washington for the bulk of the 2015 season.
"He's a very hard worker," the Pro Bowl tackle said. "This league hasn't seen the last of him."